Procrastination is a Habit

Posted by on Jul 7, 2016 in NLP Introduction, NLP Success & Life Tips, NLP Training, Self Improvement | 0 comments

I have a Plan

I have a plan

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Plans and ideas are a dime a dozen. Everyone can come up with plans and ideas. Quite often these are nothing more than wishful thinking. Not that there is anything innately flawed about the plans or ideas – but because, these people don’t go beyond grandstanding.

“I want to exercise.”

Then, they complain about not having the time. But it’s so easy to exercise. All they have to do is to use the stairs, instead of the elevator, to reach their apartment. Alternatively, get off one MRT station or bus-stop earlier and walk the rest of the way home. Once home, they cool down, relax, take a shower and they’re done!

“I have a plan to lose weight.”

Good idea but that never takes off. There are many reasons why one cannot lose weight. Lack of exercise. Too much intake of food and/or the wrong type of food. It could even be one’s genes or a medical situation. Check it out. Identify the root cause and you’re nearer to attaining your goal.

“I have an idea on how to do that.”

Okay. Do it! Do something – anything! Even if you fail, you’re one step closer to success. Every successful person had traveled the path of failure.

And yet, most people – the vast majority, the ninety-nine percent – do not work their plans.  You know such people – people who always “plan” to do something “tomorrow” or “next week” or “next year”.

The root cause is Procrastination.

Procrastination has buried more great plans than bad luck, bad timing, or even incompetence. You see, even if a person is incompetent, if he did something and even if he failed miserably, he would still be one step closer to success than someone who never took that first step.

Here is a little secret.

Procrastination is not a disease – it’s a habit! It is a human condition born out of one’s environment, the company one keeps and one’s learned habits

Here is a second secret.

ALL of us can unlearn debilitating habits as surely as we can learn empowering habits.

You can discard the bad and acquire the good habits.

Moreover, ALL of us are talented beyond what we believe or even dare to believe. All we need to do is to discover what our talents are and exploit them for our benefit, our success.

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Mind over Matter

Posted by on Jun 28, 2016 in NLP 101, NLP Introduction, NLP Singapore, NLP Success & Life Tips, NLP Techniques, NLP Training, Self Improvement | 0 comments

Athletes train to keep their bodies in prime condition.

Your mental faculties – the brain – also needs to be constantly exercised and honed to optimum performance.

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<< The biggest differentiator between mediocre and meteoric performance is the ability to work productively for long stretches of time >>

Quite often, and increasingly now, all of us have to work long hours. This could be due to heavy workload, to meet project time targets and a dozen other reasons. Of course, between these spurts of intense activity, one needs to take time out and recharge.

But you need to prepare for the sprints.

You need to intentionally develop your mental faculties and stamina. Only then can you effectively compete with those who have systematically built up their endurance over decades in the business world. Only then can you compete with the best and best them.

How do you build up mental faculties? How do you psyche yourself, discard negative baggage that holds you back and realise your full potential?

It’s simpler than what most people reckon.

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Transform Yourself for the Better

Posted by on Jun 23, 2016 in Inspirational Stories, NLP Introduction, NLP Singapore, NLP Success & Life Tips, NLP Video, Self Improvement | 0 comments

As a young man, Nelson Mandela was a revolutionary firebrand. The apartheid government of South Africa imprisoned him.

Video clip source: Movie – Invictus

Instead of turning bitter and vengeful, in Nelson Mandela’s own words:

“In prison all of my jailers were Afrikaners. For 27 years I studied them. I learned their language. Read their books, their poetry. I had to know my enemy before I could prevail against him and we did prevail, did we not? Our enemy is no longer the Afrikaner. They are our fellow South Africans. Our partners in democracy and they treasure Springbok Rugby. If we take that away, we lose them. We prove that we are what they feared we would be. We have to be better than that. We have to surprise them with compassion, with restraint and generosity. I know, all of the things they denied us but this is no time to celebrate petty revenge. This is the time to build our nation using every single brick available to us.”

Instead of radicalizing him, prison transformed him – into a revered world leader.

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NLP SINGAPORE – Robert Dilts NLP Video

Posted by on Sep 10, 2009 in NLP Certification, NLP Introduction, NLP Singapore, NLP Training, NLP Video | 0 comments

NLP Video – Excerpt from interview with Robert Dilts

Robert Dilts has been an avid developer, author, trainer and consultant in the field of Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) since its creation in 1975 by John Grinder and Richard Bandler.

He is best known for his work on beliefs, strategies and Systemic NLP. One of a popular technique that Robert has introduced into the NLP arena includes Sleight of Mouth, a set of language patterns for shifting beliefs, Changing Belief Systems with NLP, Beliefs: Pathways to Health and Well-Being with Tim Hallbom and Suzi Smith and many others. He is also the primary author of NLP, Volume 1 with Richard Bandler, John Grinder and Judith Delozier.
I personally like many of his NLP tools that were taught in NLP University such as Neuro-logical Levels of Change. I have encompassed many of his tools into our Roadmap to Success II (NLP Master Practitioner Certification) Programme.
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NLP SINGAPORE – Principles of Success in NLP

Posted by on Sep 7, 2009 in NLP Introduction, NLP Singapore, NLP Success & Life Tips, NLP Techniques | 0 comments

Principles of Success in NLP

NLP is a fantastic technology which is all about expanding your life by giving you more choices, allowing you to learn quicker and become the person that you want to be.

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Principles of Success in NLP

By Rintu Basu

NLP is a fantastic technology which is all about expanding your life by giving you more choices, allowing you to learn quicker and become the person that you want to be. NLP is not magic however. There are certain principles that if you followed you would benefit from using NLP techniques. If, whenever you are using NLP you use the below principles then you cannot go far wrong.

1st Principle of Success

What is your outcome? Essentially why are you using the NLP technique? What do you want to achieve? It is essential that you have a very clear vision of what you want to achieve and why you are doing what you are doing. If you have only half formed hazy ideas then it’s certain that you will lack focus or worse still get all sorts of results that you were not actually looking for.

2nd Principle of Success

This one seems self evident. Take action. As mentioned before NLP is a fantastic technology but its not magic – its not going to aid you in achievement if you don’t take action. If you do take action then NLP will speed up your development and cut the time it would usually take.

3rd Principle of Success

You need to know whether or not your action is taking you closer to what you want. This is connected to the first principle – if you don’t know what you want then you will have no idea of whether or not you have got it. Take action then evaluate whether or not it is taking you in the direction that you want to go.

4th Principle of Success

If your actions and behaviour are not getting you any closer to what you want then you need to be flexible enough to change either your behaviour or the outcomes you are looking for.

5th Principle of Success

You can have a very clear idea of what you want, be taking action to get what you want and have the ability to evaluate whether or not your actions are taking you closer to what you want but if you don’t feel good about it then the chances are you will not reach your target. You need to ensure that you are operating from a state of resourcefulness when achieving your goals

If you want an analogy to remember the above principles by then consider a guided missile. First of all the missile will have been programmed with a target. It will then be launched and sent on its way towards the target. As it goes towards the target its internal computer will be constantly evaluating its height, speed and direction ensuring that it is heading in the right direction. Now the missile is a machine granted but nothing is going to stop it from achieving its target.

Sit down now and think of a goal – it doesn’t have to be big – it can be something very simple – one of those every day things that you never get round to doing. Go through the above principles.

These are fundamental success principles and on any good NLP practitioner course you could seriously ramp up your skill levels in any of these areas. For example:

Imagine you had a goal setting formula that was so powerful that you just had to think of a result that you wanted and your unconscious mind was already solidly working to get you there creating behaviours, habits and beliefs that support your goal.

How about you had a process that allowed you to model and learn skills in half the time it normally took. If your goals involve new learning or skills development this could expand your results very quickly.

There is also a lot to say about having emotional control to feel motivated whatever the situation, stay focused whatever the distractions and feel good even if the results you are getting are less than ideal.

Any good NLP course will give you tools for all of these areas. If you had this skill set imagine what happens to your success formula when you put it into place.

Rintu Basu is the only NLP and Hypnotic Persuasion Trainer in the UK. Having worked with businesses, the police service and the financial sector. His latest venture is developing NLP in Scotland through good quality public NLP training courses.

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Anthony Robbins NLP

Posted by on Aug 9, 2009 in Hypnosis, Inspirational Stories, NLP Introduction, NLP Singapore, NLP Success & Life Tips, Self Improvement | 0 comments

Anthony Robbins NLP

By Chris Dreyer

Anthony Robbins is born Anthony J. Mahavick in February 29, 1960. Self-help writer, professional speaker and occasional actor are just some of the qualifications under his belt. With his best-selling books, he managed to touch and changed numerous lives, introducing the science behind the sense personal awareness. Robbins is known as a writer of topics that focuses on health and energy, overcoming fears, the power of effective persuasive communication and relationships. Through his numerous infomercials, he has become a worldwide phenomenon, promoting personal development with his audio programs and motivational seminars. He primarily makes use of neuro-linguistic programming or NLP and various hypnosis techniques in his claims of personal awareness. A good communicator, speaker, healer and life coach, Robbins combines his skills with unconventional and conventional persuasive techniques to promote personal change.

With only high school education in tow, Robbins have managed to create an empire with his gift of better understanding of life and human nature in combination with his excellent communication skills. His first vocation, being in sales, was his initial practice of his inherent knowledge of persuasion. His fondness for personal growth books only helped him develop and refine is remarkable ability to promote positivity and confidence from among his listeners and readers. In 1983, Robbins was have grown interest in NLP, a then new and promising technique that is claimed to be effective in promoting instant and positive transformation by directly altering the unconscious “programs” of the human mind.

Robbins has started practicing NLP in his career after learning its principles directly from its co-founder, John Grinder. Working with the perception that human capabilities is relative to his self-awareness, such principles have significantly helped him refine his thoughts, which eventually has catapulted his career and popularity. As one of the practices of NLP, Grinder has convinced Robbins to look into firewalking. From the principles of NLP, Robbins has later on introduced NAC or Neuro-Associative Conditioning, making use of the term conditioning rather than programming. He claims that “conditioning” implies that the subject has a greater responsibility for his or her own change while “programming” accounts the change to someone else.

Robbins was drawn into the principles that NLP entails since it very much applicable in his practice of promoting self-help. He then took the principles of NLP in his series of television and radio programs, which have significantly helped NLP be widely accepted by the public. Understandably, Robbins had faced the lashing words of skeptics. In response, having witnessed the dramatic change that NLP has brought in improving the way his supporters lived their lives, he publicly challenged his critic psychiatrists to work with their toughest patients or case in front of live audience. In the said program, Robbins has cured a woman of her phobia of snakes, a case that were handled by a professional psychiatrist for years. What’s amazing is that he had cured the woman in only fifteen minutes. From then on, the public has grown interest in his seminars, books and whatever he is working on.

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